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Occasionaly we write some interesting things we were working on.

Best tools for developing scalable React applications

Matija Galina on 30 Aug 2019

Traditionally the idea of scaling in development was mostly associated with server-side applications. However, as the web applications started to become more complex with frameworks like React, PWAs, native applications, and others, the need to write scalable code has crossed to the frontend.

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Data Inconsistency and wsrep_on variable on MySQL/MariaDB Galera Cluster

Marko Šutić on 01 Aug 2019

Galera Cluster is no-downtime or near-zero downtime cluster software which allows you to perform rolling upgrades or schema changes without significant effect on the application.

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Mine my opinion? Part 4. Automatization!

Tena Belinić on 15 Jul 2019

Now, let’s automatize sentiment analysis! In our previous article, we discussed rule-based methods and how to implement them, but here we’ll teach you how to do it simpler and quicker.

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A big step for Ascalia, a solid step for Industry 4.0

Tena Belinić on 18 Jun 2019

Our start-up Ascalia won the elite Start.up! Germany Roadshow pitch organized by the Association of German Chambers of Industry and Commerce and German-Croatian Chamber of Industry and Commerce

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Environment configuration in React

Matija Galina on 27 May 2019

Before writing your first React component you should know how to setup your environment. Boilerplates, Webpack or Parcel, Babel, linter and dev tools are essential for bringing your React project to life.

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Our CEO Marin Bek about Huawei problems

Tena Belinić on 21 May 2019

Recent big news is that Google is blocking Huawei’s access to all Android updates. However, this is not the biggest problem for Huawei now. Check an interview with our CEO, Marin Bek, where he tells what major problem is facing Huawei.

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Kubernetes on ARM: a case study

on 30 Apr 2019

At KrakenSystems we're working with various IoT devices. They are our main infrastructure for collecting data and sending them to further aggregating pipelines. For now, they are implemented as Beaglebone black devices, armv7l hard float CPU, AM335x 1GHz ARM® Cortex-A8 and only 512MB RAM. In this blogpost we're covering use case and rationale for using kubernetes on such underpowered devices.

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Golang race detection

Neven Miculinić on 21 Mar 2019

Race conditions are pretty nasty bugs. Hard to trace, reproduce and isolate; often occurring under unusual circumstances and often lead to hard to debug issues. Thus it’s best to prevent & detect them early. Thankfully, there’s a production-ready algorithm to tackle the challenge - ThreadSanitizer v2, a battle proven library for compiler support in Go, Rust, C & C++.

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Mine my opinion? Part 3. How good you are with rules?

Tena Belinić on 06 Mar 2019

In first two articles, you learned everything about types and problems of sentiment analysis algorithm, but you still don't know how to actually create one. So, in this article, we'll get our hands dirty and start with the simple one - rule-based!

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Kubernetes and Cloud Native Meetup#1

Tena Belinić on 01 Mar 2019

Kraken organized the first Kubernetes and Cloud Native Meetup!

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